Question by  SPickle (32)

How to write a performance appraisal?

I need to write a performance appraisal for the people that work under me.


Answer by  patti (29325)

Create an inventory of what your expect from your employees. Then assess how each employee meets those expections (on a scale of 1-10). Suggest ideas and methods for improving.


Answer by  Moriveth (14)

Take into mind everything about the person - how they interact with others, how well they do their job, how much they seem to enjoy their job, etc. Avoid being too harsh, as this only inspires negativity in those being appraised.


Answer by  Ken56 (1160)

Be direct and honest. Give praise, but only give credit where credit it due. Don't be afraid to offer critcism because this only helps people improve where they are weak or lacking. Remember to be fair, but don't pull punches when you have to. Above all, be frank and honest.


Answer by  kakoe (989)

First think of each person individually and make a list of what you like about their performance and what you don't. If something stands out in your mind, this can be the focus. Divide the appraisal into two parts, accomplishments and areas of improvement. Keep it to several paragraphs each.


Answer by  turkworker (1007)

I would suggest looking at the job description of your employee's job, and then assess how much the employee contributed to the overall job duties and objectives during the year and point the positives and employee's room for improvement in a well written report.

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